Sir Paul McCartney says that negotiations to allow The Beatles' catalogue to appear on Apple's iTunes store have currently "stalled".
A Vatican newspaper has forgiven John Lennon for claiming in 1966 that The Beatles were more popular than Jesus.
Sir Paul McCartney has said he wants to release Carnival Of Light, a 14-minute Beatles track which was recorded in 1967 and heard in public just a handful of …
A document said to bear the signature of Eleanor Rigby is to be auctioned to raise money for charity.
Recently-discovered rare film footage of The Beatles in Kansas City during their first US tour in 1964 fetched £4,100 ($6,600) at auction on Tuesday 4 November.
A forthcoming as-yet-untitled video game is to feature songs by The Beatles, as a result of a deal between Apple Corps Ltd and Viacom's MTV Networks, makers of the …
The long-awaited limited edition Beatles-branded iPod has gone on sale at exclusively at Bloomingdale's.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has asked fans to stop sending him letters requesting autographs.
Sir Paul McCartney has played his first concert in Israel in front of an estimated 40,000 fans.
Artist and film-maker Sam Taylor-Wood is to direct Nowhere Boy, a film about the life of John Lennon.
Brian Epstein's copy of his management contract with The Beatles is expected to fetch £250,000 ($470,000) at a London auction.
John Lennon's killer has been denied parole for a fifth time due to "concern for the public safety and welfare".
A newly-discovered tape of The Beatles laughing and chatting during an early recording session sold at auction yesterday for £9,800 ($23,000).
A rare tape featuring The Beatles joking during a 1964 recording session is to be auctioned.
The Beatles' finance expert Neil Aspinall left nearly £7m to his family in his will.
The Beatles' former drummer Pete Best is to release a new CD entitled Haymans Green.
US department store Bloomingdales is to produce strictly limited edition Beatles iPods. The gadgets will be sold with The Beatles' back catalogue. Only 2,500 will be made, making them …
American fans of The Beatles are in for a treat, with a new edition of the classic game Monopoly to feature albums and items from the group's career.
A new film depicting the early life of John Lennon is to be made, based on a book written by his half sister Julia Baird.
The Beatles' producer Sir George Martin has been given a career award in America by The Recording Academy's Grammy Foundation.